Reference numberMS/427/451
Alternative reference numberMS/427 p90
TitleCopy letter from John Evans, Treasurer of the Royal Society, to Barker, 11 Wharton Terrace
Date29 September 1885
DescriptionCall Barker's attention 'to some mischief cause by the removal of gravel near the boundary of your garden'. Explains it is part of Barker's lease that he keep the property intact and asks for the gravel to be replaced by the person who removed it. Also asks for the ground rent which is now due, to be paid without delay.
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